The township of Rose Hall between the periods 14th to 25th of September would
be a hub of activities as Guyana’s leading youth and sports organisation the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club and its eight cricket teams host the 2016 Town Week celebration. The Township would be celebrating its 46th anniversary after been granted the status of township on the 20th of September, 1970. The activities planned for the two weeks programme includes a Day of Sports, Launching of a Booklet on the history of the township, Career and Business Fair, Educational Competitions, Rose Hall Town Cuisine Competition, Opening of a Family Recreational Park, Medical Outreach Programme, Launching of a Television Documentary, a Massive March Past consisting of 700-1000 marchers and Grand Opening Ceremony.
Several more sponsors over the last week came on board to assist the RHTYSC and the cricket teams to organise the best town week celebration in the history of Guyana. The Office of the President would be contributing 100 Guyana flags to decorate the township while Club Patron, HE President David Granger has contributed a special message for the 40 pages booklet on the township’s history.
J’s Printery of New Amsterdam donated a quantity of large full coloured logos of the 46th anniversary, while Matadeen’s Western Union and Metro Office Supplies have contributed a thousand promotional leaflets that would be shared out at the Berbice Expo.
Mayor of the Town, Vijay Ramoo also handed over a large supply of anniversary shirt clips, cups and pens to the organisers.
Other donors coming on board were the Anamayah Memorial who is sponsoring the Basketball Competition, the National Communication Networks who is contributing air time to promote the event, Bobby and Son Boutique is sponsoring several Rose Hall Town flags, while H.C. Alphonso and Sons is contributing 10 tons of white sand towards the construction of the Family Recreation Park. The Government Information Agency (GINA) also visited the township on Wednesday last and would be producing a Television Documentary which would be launched during the opening ceremony. Popular Rose Hall Town Businessman Poonai Bhirooj and Imran Hamid have also pledged to sponsor special events with Bhirooj standing the cost of lighting up the Independence Arch Square, while Hamid would be sponsoring the Essay Competition for Secondary School students.
Club Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster expressed gratitude to the sponsors for coming on board to assist the RHTYSC Cricket teams to make the 2016 anniversary celebration a memorable one for every resident of Guyana’s smallest township. Foster stated that all plans are falling into place and disclosed that several major sponsors would be unveiled shortly. The long serving Secretary/CEO stated that this is one of the most challenging programmes that the cricket teams are undertaking due to the fact that that the admission fee for all the events are free and as such, sponsorship would have to be obtained to cover every angle.
Sponsors already on board include Goodwood Racing Service, Demerara Bank, Republic Bank, Office of the Prime Minister, Hand in Hand Insurance, Ministry of Social Protection, The Guyana Tourism Authority, Kings Jewellery World, F&H Printery, Impression Printery, Digital Edge, Scotia Bank and the Guyana Police Force ‘B’ Division.
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